The Motor House Gallery is the first space you experience when entering our building. Our gallery introduces you to the visual art work of Baltimore’s bold and vibrant artistic community. We focus on providing a platform for local emerging artists through a lens of justice and equity. Our reach and impact is amplified through key partnerships with organizations like Arts Every Day, Asia North Festival, and more.

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Motor House is thrilled to announce the opening of SPOTLIGHT, an exhibit that features three Latina Women Artists whose work is as bold and powerful as it is beautiful and intricate. Jessy DeSantis, Jaz Erenberg, and Rosa Leff employ precision in their work that tells a grand story. SPOTLIGHT is a reference to the space that artists with intersecting identities need in order to fully represent the diverse narratives of their personhood while showcasing the work that they create. Motor House is committed to giving platforms to artists who are members of the global majority. With SPOTLIGHT, we are specifically uplifting the work of our Latina Women artists who are creating bold, visionary work. Some of it is explicitly connected to the racial and gender identities of the artists. Some of the work is only tangentially connected. All of it is important.

SPOTLIGHT will be on display September 16 – October 30, 2021. Gallery Hours are Monday and Tuesday from 12-2pm, Thursday from 4-6pm, and by appointment. An opening reception will be held on September 16 from 7-9pm. Artist talk will be held on October 12 at 7pm. Contact Camille Kashaka at for appointments.

Due to COVID19 we adhere to wearing masks, sanitizing and staying socially distant.


Tori Muñoz
Tori Munoz (she/her/hers) is the Director of Operations (& Sometimes Curator) of Motor House. Muñoz graduated from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2015 with a BFA in Art History, Theory & Criticism with concentrations in Curatorial Studies and Theatre. She strives to use her platform and resources to provide early-stage artists with their first “15 minutes of fame” moment that inspires them to keep creating and keep established artists on their toes by introducing them to up-and-coming talent.
Camille Kashaka 
Camille Kashaka(she/her/hers) currently serves as Executive Director of Motor House.Camille received her BFA from Howard University in Theatre Administration and her Masters from American University in Arts Management. Using her experience in the multi-disciplinary arts institutions that she has served over the last two decades, Camille takes every opportunity to give space, opportunity, and shine to those who are the real pillars of culture and community: the artists.


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